Severe Side-Effects from Transvaginal Mesh Patches

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Between 2005-2009, the United States Food & Drug Administration has learned of around 1,000 incidences of women that have encountered dangerous side-effects from using transvaginal patches.

The dangerous side-effects that women have reported include:

Urinary Incontinence
Severe Bleeding
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Vaginal Scarring
Bowel, Bladder and Blood Vessel Perforation

In late 2008, the Food and Drug Administration announced that many complaints about the side-effects were accurate.

The side-effects have resulted in women having to undergo surgery, such as blood transfusions. 

There are several manufacturers of transvaginal patches, such as Bard, American Medical Systems, Boston Scientific, Ethicon, Gynecare and Johnson & Johnson.

Any women who thinks they are suffering from side-effects due to the transvaginal patch should seek attention immediately. Moreover, if you or a loved one have been injured by this product, you may be entitled to compensation. Please contact the experienced injury attorneys at Carr & Carr Attorneys.  We have represented thousands of people in Oklahoma and across the country. We offer a free evaluation.


From the author: Product Liability Lawyers